#1


After looking at dozens of les pauls, SGs, strats, teles, ibanez and schecters I decided on this one, with natural finish. Do many people go for natural look, or is it undesirable? I don't really like most of the sunbursts or uniform colors. Do you think it looks alright, or would an audience think it is ugly?
#5
It looks good. Unique without being obnoxious. And it's probably so comfortable to play while sitting!

American Stratocaster + Blues Junior

#6
I really like that. The natural finish looks good with all that clear coat or whatever finish they put on it. Great looking guitar.
#7
Yeah, was in perfect condition, I went and tried a new one in a store just to make sure it sounded the same as it would have new, and I was pretty impressed by it.
#9
They didn't really know much about it, they sell their guitars on contigency for other people, I only found out it had splittable humbuckers from the guy at a different shop who sold them new while he was giving me his sales pitch, the guy selling the used one didn't even know the tone dials are push/pull, and I wouldn't have either. It was $300 more a couple of weeks ago, but the guy who was selling it asked the store to lower it because he needed the cash, so I'm pretty happy with the price
#10
Im just gonna comment bout the looks. I've never really actually liked guitars with natural finish that's laquered shine on 'em. I'd prefer a normal natural as in sanded kinda looks coz if its too shiny = its a furniture... "IMO"
"Play with your ears" - Yngwie Malmsteen, Paul Gilbert
Thats what she said...
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#12
Yeah, it actually isn't that shiny in normal light, in reality it looks about halfway between that picture and a natural guitar with no finish.
#13
Ok lets hope its just the flash or any miracle light somewhere shedding. Or else it'd would like a coffee table
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Thats what she said...
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#15
including a squier with a broken truss rod and a bridge thats being pulled up. pfft i would like to see you try
#17
Nice.

I like natural guitars. They look great onstage, and fingerprints aren't nearly the problem they are with black, white or mirror finishes.